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MRI revealed blocked left maxillary sinus, I have no congestion or mucus only symptom is left lip burns a bit and left tooth aches, what can I take?

WOULD ADVISE. sinus decongestant which should put you back on the way to wellness. I think that if you consistently take the meds that you might feel better for a good portion of the time. Read more...
Pain. Is it an upper back tooth? If so, may be from sinus inflammation. In any event, have your Dentist check your teeth, and PLEASE see an ENT for Rx. Until you see ENT any OTC analgesic (follow pkg directions exactly) will at least partially block symptoms, but not cure Sinus blockage. See an ENT. Read more...

I'm having polyp in my left maxillary sinus and bilateral sphenoid sinus. Dont have any problem in nose or breathing but have continuous head heavyness?

Sinusitis . Sinusitis or inflammation of the sinuses can cause head heaviness. Sometimes the sphenoid sinus infection can be caused by allergies and difficult to threat. Infection can develop when there is blockage of the sinus passage ways. It is important to maintain a follow-up visit with an ears nose and throat physician or otolaryngologist to monitor your symptoms. Read more...

I had severe rightsided facial pain with upper toothache. MRI of head shows hypoplastic left maxillary sinus. Did this cause my pain and what is it?

Hypoplasia. Incomplete development or underdevelopment of an organ or tissue. That's what hypoplasia is. It is doubtful that is would cause severe pain, especially on the opposite side of your face. Did you get your teeth thoroughly examined? If not, now is the time to do so. Read more...
See OFP expert. Orofacial Pain provides diagnosis and management of pain in the face, mouth (gums, teeth, tongue, etc), TMJ, head, as well as, associated headaches and neck pain. They are the experts in this field. Good luck. Read more...
No. The hypoplastic sinus is unrelated to your pain. Could be TMJ or a dental abscess. See oral surgeon for diagnosis. If TMJ, see TMJ expert. Read more...

Left upper lip used to burn and tooth ached, doctor found left maxillary sinus blocked, it went away after sinus was cleared, any connection, why?

Referred pain. The roots of your teeth are up against the floor of your sinus. If there is any inflammation in this location it will irritate the tooth root and make the tooth hurt. Some of these same nerves send branches to the surrounding gums and lips, and can then cause symptoms there as well. Hope this helps. Read more...
Yes. Yes, the nerves that supply the upper lip and some upper teeth pass through or near the sinus. If pain recurs, see an oral surgeon for correlation. Read more...

MRI shows left maxillary sinus blocked, hurts to breath, lip burns a bit on that side. No Trigeminal neuralgia says neurologist. Sinus the cause?

Consult ENT . Pain during breathing could be due to sinus issues but the burning lip isn't usually. Your issues could be a range of things including something like post nasal drip. Have you consulted an ENT physician? That would be where I think you should start. . Read more...